Terrell Place at Washington DC is an emblematic building of the city, named after the Civil Rights activist Mary Church Terrell. ESI design covered the 1700 squared meters of the lobby with giant motion-activated screens, changing according to 3 main themes: “Seasons”, “Color Play”, and “Cityscape”. The corridor is a unique immersive experience: sounds of nature and music are broadcasted by hidden speakers. You can hear songs which inspired Mary Terrell’s engagement, like Elijah by Felix Mendelssohn and Deep River – 24 Negro Melodies by Samuel Coleridge Taylor.